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Gone Sideways

Both charts and fundamentals can help us, but neither guarantee results. We can look for constructs to help us. From a fundamental view, I'm focused on low price-to-book, low price-to-free cash flow, and acceptable debt (long-term debt to equity Then, I'm looking to see price relative to key moving averages. For example, consider Metlife. MET price is above the base (top, middle) and the MA50.
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